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Message from the Provost

The College of Health Sciences (CHS), an amalgamation of the various institutions within the University of Ghana that train health professionals, was the first College to be established by the University of Ghana in 1999. Rev. Professor P. F. Ayeh-Kumi is the fifth and current Provost of the College. Read More

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    Solomon F. Ofori-Acquah
    Biomedical and Allied Health

    Solomon F. Ofori-Acquah

    With locations at the serene main University campus in Legon, and the bustling Korle Bu campus, the School provides a high standard of teaching, mentoring and research at two stimulating...Read More
    Prof. Margaret Y. M Lartey
    Medicine and Dentistry

    Prof. Margaret Y. M Lartey

    The School of Medicine and Dentistry of the University of Ghana is two years old and a merger of the former Premier Medical School (Clinical Programmes Only) and the former Premier Dental School in the country.Read More
    Isaac Julius Asiedu-Gyekye
    School of Pharmacy

    Isaac Julius Asiedu-Gyekye

    Being the premiere university in Ghana, the number one in West Africa and the seventh (7th) in Africa, the University has a long tradition of training world class professionals. It is this quality of excellence that ... Read More
    Rev. Prof. Patrick F. Ayeh-Kumi
    Public Health

    Rev. Prof. Patrick F. Ayeh-Kumi

    The School of Public Health (SPH) was established in 1994, in response to a growing demand for a cadre of Public Health Practitioners who will provide leadership in Public Health reforms in the country . ... Read More
    Prof. Abraham Kwabena Annan
    Noguchi

    Prof. Abraham Kwabena Annan

    The Institute has over the years embarked on a series of initiatives to upgrade its research infrastructure and human capacity to attract the world’s best scientists, technologists, postdoctoral ... Read More
    Dr. Lydia Aziato
    Nursing and Midwidery

    Dr. Lydia Aziato

    The School of Nursing and Midwifery was first established as a Post Basic Nursing institution in 1963 as a World Health Organisation (WHO) project at request of the Ministry of Health In 2003 . ... Read More